The perfect workbook (Softbound Book) for anyone “Daring to Dream” about working in a job they love. Employment tools discussed in Daring to Dream: Essential tools to find employment include:
• Develop personal esteem
• Identify a preferred job title
• Develop Power Statements
• Preparing a “Me in 30 Seconds”
• Networking basics
• Searching for employment
• Cover letters
• Interviewing techniques
• Interview follow-up basics
Read the book by yourself, or use it to facilitate a job club!
Vocational rehabilitation professionals speak up about Daring to Dream: Essential tools to find employment!
“One of the most brilliant and practical vocational rehabilitation (VR) publications of 2019. It promises to set the standard in job placement for people with and without disabilities for years to come. This book combines Sarah’s extraordinary skill and talent as a vocational rehabilitation professional with her personal experience facing employment with a disability. Daring to Dream is essential for those wishing to learn vocational “tools of the trade” from someone with exceptional skill, talent and heart.”
-Rick Sizemore, VR Workforce Studio Podcast Host
“Daring to Dream challenges people to take back their dreams about finding their career paths and creating opportunities for a quality life. For most of us, our work is at the center of our lives – it’s where we spend the majority of our time, where we find opportunities to build important relationships, and where we often discover our identities. Research tells us that the longer people are out of work, the harder it is to go back to work. If people are telling you that you can’t work, it can be tough to figure out the steps to find your way back, regardless of the reason for not working. While there may be other guides to finding a job, Daring to Dream fills a void by walking through a step-by-step process with practical strategies that instruct you on job-seeking skills while helping you reclaim self-confidence.”
-Dr Caren Sax, Professor & Chair, Department of Administration, Rehabilitation, & Postsecondary Education, San Diego State University
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